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Pedestrians vs. Motor Traffic: No Contest

One of the most dangerous places in the world is the marked crosswalk. Every year hundreds of people are struck down as they make their way to the other side. Many of these victims are schoolchildren or older people. Too many drivers are simply ignoring the rights of individuals to cross the street.

At Sousa & Minogue, LLC, we can’t make pedestrian accident injuries go away. But we can obtain meaningful financial compensation for victims of negligence and surviving family members.

SETTLED! Negotiated settlement in pedestrian accident in Southington $250,000.

What constitutes negligence in a pedestrian injury case?

  • Failing to come to a stop for pedestrians at crosswalks
  • Disregarding traffic signs and signals
  • Texting, cellphone use and other forms of distracted driving
  • Driving while drunk or high
  • Exceeding the speed limit
  • Failing to use turn signals
  • Failure to slow down to meet weather conditions

Insurance Companies Are Smart

They will try to paint you or the injured family member as the cause of the accident. They will use phrases such as, “The child darted into traffic.” You need a lawyer who knows how to counter this kind of framing. Bob Sousa and Tom Minogue have gone up against some very talented, experienced and well-compensated lawyers in the Bridgeport area. More often than not, we come away with money for victims to pay for medical bills, interrupted careers, pain and suffering and — in worst cases — funeral expenses.

Trust pedestrian accident attorneys Bob and Tom to handle your pedestrian injury case. We are respected by the other side for our knowledge of personal injury law and the mountain of precedents that may apply to your case. Best of all, we will be your lawyer from beginning to end. You will never feel like just a case number!

Call Sousa & Minogue, LLC, of Shelton, Connecticut, today for a no-charge, no-obligation discussion of the merits of your case — 203-929-8347.